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good morning, america. happening now, double threat. two storms brewing in the atlantic. hurricane maria threatens those devastated caribbean islands and the carolinas. plus, jose moves in on the east coast, tropical storm watches from delaware to massachusetts bringing heavy rain, strong winds and flooding. breaking overnight, violence erupting in st. louis. police clashing with protesters. these weapons confiscated. at least 80 arrested. [ chanting "hands up, don't shoot" ] >> the new rally over the acquittal of that police officer. four boston college students assaulted while studying abroad in france. a suspect flows chemicals at their faces. they are speaking out this morning. ♪ and women ruling the night
at the emmys. >> "big little lies." >> t "the handmaid's tale." >> the female driven dramas taking home top honors. >> more great roles for women, please. >> and a record-setting night for julia louis-dreyfus. while diversity -- >> the things that make us different, those are superpowers. >> and politics take center stage. >> this will be the largest audience, period. >> with one big surprise stealing the show. we are backstage with the big winners. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. and we do say good morning, america. it was really quite a night at the emmys. so many big winners. julia making history with her big win. >> six in a row. the big surprise, of course, sean spicer, there he was rolling out to shock in the
audience. a lot of laughs as well but, boy, it also sparked a very fierce debate online and get into that. >> it did. >> first we watch the double threat in the atlantic. two big storms developing right now, hurricane jose could bring flooding and rain to the east coast. >> and hurricane maria is threatening to hit the hard-hit caribbean. category 4 storm and could take aim at the u.s. the caribbean is already feeling the effects this morning of our chief meteorologist ginger zee is here with the latest on its path. good morning, ginger. >> robin, can you believe it. here i am talking about two hurricanes again. yes, i think jose is the first we want to focus in on because it's already happening. the images coming in from north carolina. you can see some of the rough surf that's been impacting some of the carolina coast there. that is going to move up the east coast and tomorrow especially we've got jose here, some 280 plus miles away from the coast. but you could see 12-foot waves anywhere from virginia and delaware up through new jersey, even brooklyn, 12-foot waves.
can you imagine the impact and the beach erosion. tropical storm watches for 40 to 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts as it stays enough off shore and hurricane maria. this one will intensify in the next couple of days. 48 hours really we'll talk about its approach to the u.s. virgin islands, eventually puerto rico but has to make its way through the lesser antilles as it makes those intensifications and eventually the big question does it hit florida? most of the modeling taking it away from florida. but we'll track that just as we track puerto rico's impact where we find our rob marciano this morning, rob. another big one headed so close, up to 15 to 20 inches of rain. >> it is hard to believe. our second one potentially hitting the same areas. in apuerto rico they're shuttin down government offices and st. martin, in survival mode. food, shelter and they're
passing out blue tarps to give them something and debris flying around so begging residents to pin it down with heavy rock, whatever they can. san juan has been a hub for relief and recovery efforts. that's going to come to a halt as we wait for maria. we did okay here in irma. a lot of power out. fared okay. not a direct hit but now we're looking at the potential for a category 4 direct hit and as we know from very recent experience, ginger, that's not fun for anyone. >> so active this season. we've seen the u.s. virgin islands if they see it as a major hurricane they've never had two major hurricanes hit this close to home in any season. so this is really starting to break records. >> boy, it sure is. thanks. there is high tension in the streets of st. louis for the third night nehro. protesters and police clashing after the acquittal of a white officer in the death of a blackman and kenneth moton is on the scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. this city is bracing for another
day of protests. vandals hit several businesses. this window already boarded up. you can see the shattered glass here. new demonstrations sparked overnight after the department of justice revealed it would not pursue federal charges in that police shooting. overnight at least 80 protesters arrested as chaos broke out in the streets of st. louis. businesses vandalized. >> tonight we made more than 80 arrests. we confiscated at least five weapons. none of them were used. some criminals assaulted law enforcement officers and threw chemicals and rocks at them. >> reporter: police say they confiscated these bottles filled with unknown chemicals used as weapons against them. protesters say they're filled with vinegar used to treat pepper spray victims. it started with the acquittal of jason stockley in the killing of a anthony lamar smith. the officer testified he had a gun and told "the st. louis dispatch" his life was
threatened. >> i did not murder anthony lamar smith. i did not plant a gun. i can tell you with absolute certainty that there was no plan to murder anthony smith during a high-speed vehicle pursuit. >>eporter: that pursuit caught on aascam, stockley and his r approached then chased the suspect who crashed into a telephone pole. stockley heard saying, quote, we're killing this expletive. the officer soon opened fire hitting smith five times. >> we have to come up with something better. this cannot consistently happen. >> reporter: during the day thousands peacefully protested. [ chanting ] star nick cannon joining the demonstrators. at least after these three nights of destruction we know that 120 suspects were arrested. also more than a dozen officers injured. this weekend big concerts were canceled. singer ed sheeran also the rock band u2 called off their performances because of security
concern, robin. >> very tense times, thank you. we turn to new developments in that london terror attack. this newly released surveillance footage may show the suspect shortly before that train bombing that injured 30 people on friday. a second man has already been arrested in connection with the attack. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross is here with more. >> good morning, robin. the investigation is taking some surprising turns of great concern this morning. as police in london are investigating whether the bomb that went off in the subway was meant to be something not seen before and perhaps much more dangerous and explosives designed to release deadly chemical gases. this morning the focus is on one of these row houses in the london suburb of sunburr on thames, the unlikely location of the bomb fact, police believe. it is owned by this elder di couple. penelope and ronald jones honored by the queen for serving
for foster parents from young men including some from iraq and syria. an 18-year-old who lived there is under arrest and surveillance footage made public overnight appears to show a young man leaving the home 90 minutes before the attack carrying a white bag which police believe may have contained the bomb that went off in the subway friday morning. neighbors were stunned that a foster child might take advantage of the goodness of the elderly couple. >> he was a lovery young man. you wouldn't suspect anything from him. he was polite, courteous to the old couple. >> reporter: on supplement a second young man, 21 years old was arrested nearby. seen in a video posted by our british tabloid. that second arrest led to another series of police raids at a home disturbingly clothe to heathrow airport. >> the police have made good progress with what is an ongoing operation. >> reporter: officials say the forensics of the bucket bomb placed on the subway raise new
questions about the attack. the absence of any metal suggests to bomb experts that the goal instead may have been to release a deadly chemical. given the series of four attacks in the past six months the british prime minister told george she wants a hard look at what is being done to prevent them. >> you said in the wake of the other attack, enough is enough. things need to change. it's time for even embarrassing conversations. what did you mean by that. >> well, it is necessary for us to look as we are doing at whether our police and security services have the full capabilities, the powers that they need. >> reporter: one big break in the case is the fact that the suspected bomber was captured alive. apparently as he tried to flee the country, this morning police will be pushing to learn more about the plot and the bomb, whether it was intended to be a gas attack. so far no chemical residue has been detected.
>> isis claiming responsibility. what are officials saying. >> that's true and want to know if isisng men refugees who came to great britain as foster children. >> we have to find new ways on how the knit spreads these ideas, the prime minister said. she is one of many leaders coming for the gerembly including president trump as he prepares for a packed week of diplomacy. north korea high on the agenda. the u.s. and south korea conducted joint military drills over t a new twist in the health care battle to replace and replace omalucare before the september 30th deadline and jon karl tracking it all. >>, goo. president trump quite literally takes the world stage this week appearing before the united nations, an organization he once declared is not a friend of america.
president trump is back in new york. familiar territory to be sure but for him an entirely unfamiliar forum, his debut before the united nations. a chance to address world leaders highly skeptical of his america first agenda. >> the speech is a tremendous opportunity, obviously, to reach so many world leaders at the same time. >> reporter: as a candidate, trump harshly criticized the u.n. as anti-american. >> the united nations is not a friend of democracy. it's not a friend to freedom. it's not a friend even to the united states of america. >> reporter: no issue looms larger this week than north korea. the trump administration seeks to rally support for pressuring kim jong-un to give up his nuclear weapons. >> if the united states has to defend itself or defend its allies in any way, north korea will be destroyed, and we all know that and none of us want that. none of us want war. >> reporter: overnight the u.s.
and south korea conducted joint military drills in the face of north korea's defiance. over the weekend the president took to twitter to hang a new nickname on north korea's kim jong-un. i spoke with president moon of south korea last night. asked him how rocket man is doing. long gas lines forming in north korea. too bad. the presidents' days will be packed with meeting after meeting with world leaders. it's been called the diplomatic equivalent of speed dating from hell. while he's toned down his criticism of the u.n., he'll still issue a challenge. >> the united nations has to reform to meet the goals and objectives laid out by the great secretary-general there and to be true to its charter. >> reporter: one of the biggest questions facing the president this week is what he'll do with the iran nuclear deal negotiated by president obama. the white house is strongly suggesting he may pull out of the agreement, and, george, of course, that is an agreement still strongly supported by our closest allies in europe.
>> they are pushing back very hard on that. more unity on the issue of north korea and the president's representative yesterday i was spiking with general mcmaster saying any north korean nuclear weapons are unacceptable. >> and there is a filing kim jong-un and his father before him went with confidence that the united states did not have a military option. that there was nothing the united states could or would do militarily and there is a growing sense that the president, that the administration must do something toee race that doubt. >> on the domestic front repeal and replace omalucare looked like it was dead but new effort to bring it back and have to get it done before the september 30th deadline and have to pick up a few more votes. >> the republicans are suddenly trying to get this going again and i think what is happening they have seen that president trump has been willing to work with democrats and if the republicans can't get it dong on their own, they are worried that he will go and do something with democrats that they really won't like but there's a chance but it's a tight margin.
>> jon karl, thanks very much. >> september 30th will be here before we know it. now to the history making night at the emmys honoring the best in television. the awards show highlighting women and diversity, politics also taking center stage, lara was there for it all and joins us bright and early this morning from los angeles. good morning, lara. >> good morning, my robin. yeah, it was a special night. tv's biggest night and it did not disappoint. two notes before i start with you, if you haven't watched the "the handmaid's tale" or "big little lies," you some binge-watching to do. they were the big winners and was politics referenced dozens of times in a crazy opening song and dance number by stephen colbert and politics also the reason for the night's big surprise guest. from the opening moment, politics was the theme of the night. ♪ turn on any channel well except the news ♪ >> reporter: emmy host stephen colbert kicking off the awards with a song and dance. ♪ calm yourself by watching this
dystopia look bright side handmaid's ♪ >> reporter: the night's comedian in chief not shying away from attacking the commander in chief. >> hello, sir, thank you for joining us. looking forward to the tweets. >> reporter: even bringing out a surprise guest. former white house press secretary sean spicer stunning everybody including anna chlumsky and his tv alter ego melissa mccarthy. >> this will be the largest audience to witness an emmys, period. both in person and around the world. >> reporter: colbert joking about the president never winning an emmy for "the celebrity apprentice". >> unlike the presidency emmys go to the winner of the popular vote. >> i suppose i should say at long last, mr. president, here is your emmy. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and "snl" bringing home three other awards including best variety show and best supporting actress tore cueto mckinnon for her
impersonations of hillary clinton and attorney general jeff sessions but it was a record-breaking night for "veep"'s julia louis-dreyfus. setting the record for most emmys won by a performer for the same role in a series. >> we did have a whole story line about an impeachment but abandoned that because we were worried that someone else might get to it first. [ laughter ] >> do you allow yourself to think about that stuff or are you just so psyched about the role? >> the bottom line is that this job i have is so spectacular. >> yeah. >> and this role is so through the roof that that's the true treasure. having said that i'm delighted. >> reporter: the biggest winners of the night. >> the "the handmaid's tale." >> reporter: "the handmaid's tale" taking home five emmys including best drama and hbo's female driven murder mystery "big little lies" taking home five of their own. >> this is yours. i want my little girls to have
this on their shelf and to look at it and go every time my momma didn't put me to bed it's because of this. i got something. >> she got something, all right. a lot saying it was like a mini oscars so many movie stars there and, yes, there were some snub. a lot of people shocked that the binge-watching phenomenon and red carpet darlings from "stranger things" left empty handed and "west world" favored to be a win but left out in the cold and a lot myself included ryan murphy's nude and was shocked it didn't take home any trophies, none for jessica lange or susan sarandon. a pretty funny reaction when she did not hear her name called, we'll tell you about that in segment seven. you guys, we'll complete into that. >> that was a priceless moment, thank you very much. mixed reaction to sean spicer's appearance. >> i had a mixed reaction. listen, anybody can make fun of
themselves, it's a good thing but this is a pretty serious problem. every single day sean and other representatives of the administration simply didn't tell the truth. >> he showed he was willing to humiliate himself on a very big stage but he's joking about the fact that he blatantly misled the american people on his first day on the job. >> not that funny. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. back to ginger with more on hurricane jose's threats. >> maybe too soon. i'll have a lot more coming up on jose's threats that goes up to connecticut and rhode island, as well. first let's get you select cities brought to you by walmart
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she'll tell us -- lara will tell us -- is that your first time seeing that? >> i take it she didn't win. >> no. she did not. >> a lot more on that coming up but we have a tough story coming out europe. that terrifying acid is tack on four american college students studying in france and the suspect is in custody and james longman has the story. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is a real shock for these four young women touring europe as part of their studies. some acid went in the eyes of two of the students. this could have been a lot worse. this morning, four american students from boston college recovering from a terrifying acid attack overnight. krug krug sayi michelle krug said she threw a weak solution of hydrochloric acid at us from a water bottle which got in one of my eyes and one of my friend's eyes.
we were all treated at a local hospital and are anticipating a quick recovery. courtney siverling posting i did not receive any injuries from the attack in marseilles this morning and we're all safe. the students had been touring the port city of marseilles in southern france when the woman struck. today the college juniors return to paris where school officials tell abc news they plan to complete their semesters abroad before returning to the u.s. >> one of the students will have to see an eye doctor tomorrow but they're doing well, spirits are good and we're fortunate. >> reporter: the acid survivors trust international estimates there are roughly 1500 reports of acid attacks around the world every year. authorities in marseilles saying the woman has a history of psychological problems and have ruled out any link to terrorism. it has been a rise in acid attacks in europe especially here in london. last year 450 crimes at least where acid was used as a weapon. it's used in cleaning liquids
which means it's relatively easy to get ahold of. >> a dangerous trend. we turn to new developments in the death of an lsu freshman. authorities are investigating whether hazing at a fraternity played a role as the young man's classmates and friendsremember him tonight. gio benitez has more. >> this is a growing mystery. the young man reportedly wanted to be a sportswriter but somehow he lost his life and now his death is at the center of an all new hazing investigation. this morning, new details in the death of 18-year-old fraternity pledge max gruver. a preliminary autopsy report revealing gruver a freshman pledging the phi delta theta fraternity at louisiana state university had a highly elevated blood alcohol level and the presence of thc, a chemical found in marijuana in his system. gruver was rushed from phi delta theta's fraternity house to a hospital wednesday night where he later died.
lsu immediately shutting down all greek activities, campus police now investigating if hazing played a part in his death. >> we'll look at the evidence, what it show, what took place that evening, what took place that morning and they're still in the gathering phase of that and then analyzing that information. >> reporter: in recent years phi delta theta has been at the center of numerous alcohol and hazing-related incidents at different schools. the fraternity's national organization suspending lsu's local chapter pending its investigation. the fraternity's ceo telling abc news it holds our chapters accountable to our anti-hazing philosophy and that over the past decade phi delta theta has removed 19 undergraduate chapters due to risk management violations. >> the root of the problem is that phi delta theta like most fraternities has risk management policies, but all of those policies are implemented by 19-year-old and 20-year-olds who are untrained and ill-equipped to manage these risks that have taken place for decades. >> reporter: one of gruver's
grieving suite mates telling lsu student tv station he doesn't want his friend's death to be in vain. >> speak his name. don't just let him be that one guy that passed away at a frat party. >> reporter: and tonight lsu will host that memorial mass and prayer vigil for gruver at a church on campus. you know, so many are just heartbroken about this. family and friends will be looking at that investigation to see what it finds. >> we are thinking about them with that service tonight. thank you. >> it is a sad story. coming up here, kevin hart at the center of an extortion plot. we'll show you what he is saying to his wife and kids now. a little help. i need help dude. brad. brad, are you watchin'? nothing comes before coffee. my glasses are fogging. dude, are you mad at me? that's why we're introducing a whole new line of espresso drinks from mccafe. café-quality from beans to espresso machines. looking swole ma
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we are back with that extortion plot targeting kevin hart. he claims someone was demanding millions of dollars over a sexually suggestive video and now posting an emotional apology to his wife and family. abc's linsey davis has the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. just last month kevin hart took to instagram to wish his wife who he often refers to as his rib a happy one-year anniversary. then over the weekend he took to instagram again. this time to apologize to his pregnant wife for, quote, making a bad error in judgment. while comedian kevin hart is known for cracking jokes -- >> i know. >> reporter: as the funny man is taking a serious turn speaking out trying to get ahead of what his reps are calling a failed extortion attempt. >> i feel like i have a target on my back and because of that, i should make smart decisions.
and recently i didn't. >> reporter: the fbi is reportedly investigating a video showing hart with a woman who isn't his wife. an extorter allegedly demanding millions of dollars from hart. one of the highest paid comedians in the world. >> i know that i'm going to hurt the people closest to me who i talked to and apologized to. being my wife and my kids. >> reporter: hart beat the extorter to the punch posting this video on his instagram account apologizing to his family and wife eniko who is 31 wecks pregnant with their first child. >> i'm not going to lie in person to have financial gain off my mistakes and in this particular situation that's what was attempted. i said i'd rather fess up to my mistakes. >> reporter: the 38-year-old with two children from a previous marriage wed his longtime girlfriend last year but since then rumors of hart's infidelity have swirled. but in a radio interview last year, he said cheating is not a game he wants to be involved in. >> why risk it?
what am i going -- -- it's not worth it. >> reporter: the central intelligence star. >> in or out. >> then i'm out. >> reporter: isn't the first funny man to fight back against extortion. >> i have had sex with women who work for me on this show. >> reporter: in 2009 david letterman revealed live on the show while married he had several affair with some of his staffers after a former cbs producer attempted to blackmail him for $2 million. that producer pled guilty to extortion charges. >> anybody that's being extorted should never pay. you have no control at all as to whether they're going to release the information or not. >> reporter: as for hart, he's owning up to his mistakes. >> i'm not perfect. i'm not going to sit up here and say i am or claim to be in any ware, shape or form. >> reporter: hart also posted a written message to his wife and kids saying i got to do better and i will. just last month his ex-wife accused him of cheating on her with his current wife.
at that time he used social media to simply laugh off the accusation, not so much this time. george. >> different tact. let's talk about it with dan abrams. so, we just saw in the piece it worked for david letterman. will it work for kevin hart? >> i think it's what he has to do is he has to come clean, right? you can't start paying off extortion demands and open yourself up to getting another demand in six months from that. so i think that he had no choice here but to do exactly what he did, which is go public, take responsibility. >> take the hit. >> and now help lead this investigation. >> well, that's the question. do you turn it around? is this a real plot that can be prosecuted. >> look, most of the time extortion is a state crime. it seems that the fbi in this case is investigating. that could be because it was across state lines or because it's on the internet, et cetera. those are reasons it could become a potentially a federal crime but all 50 states have extortion laws. you don't have to threaten
someone physically to potentially be guilty of extortion. you can threaten to hewlett mill yacht someone and threaten to put something out there publicly to disclose that you're not being faithful to your wife in exchange for money. so it has to be a demand for something of value and threatening to do something horrible. >> but then the push, he has to weigh getting some sort of legal justice there and keeping it in the news forever. >> my guess is right now he cares a lot less about legal justice, would like this to go away but the legal justice has to go hand in hand with this. the minute that he decides i'm going to go public with this, his position has to be and i'm going to be helping. >> take it all the way. >> in the context of this investigation. it will be interesting to me, though, to continue to follow whether this just becomes a federal investigation or whether it becomes state because as i said before, most of the time extortion is something that's investigated as a state crime. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. >> to robin.
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there it is, lara. tell us about it. >> it was really funny, very shocking, everyone is call it the reaction of the night. caught on camera, george and robin. here, take a look again in full. here you go. >> the emmy goes to laura dern, "big little lies." >> so the woman that you see screaming damn it is jackie hoffman, guys. she was nominated for her role as mamacita in the limited series "feud" so doesn't hear her name and is sheen shaking her head in disgust and yelling damn it over and over when dern's name was called as the winner. a few minutes later she then sends out a tweet taking it one step further and writes on twitter, laura dern had famous parents. forgive me for being from real people. #elitism, #emmys and tweets out
more outrageous tweets. they're clearly jokes then she writes, quote, i hear the media is taking my reaction seriously. are you kidding me? so -- >> wait a second. >> she's an actress. of course -- >> there are some people who thought that she was being serious. i thought -- i knew she was being funny. she is a comedian. you guys knew it too, right? >> it was a great bit, come on. >> look, we're talking about her. she didn't even win. >> no, but i mean -- >> this happened from time to fin time. faith hill was backstage and same kind of reaction and people thought that she was for real. come -- it was so obvious she was having fun. >> it was so funny. i love when you can see all six of them and her just -- >> then the tweets. >> after that. >> you know what, guys, she wanted us to know that colbert thought it was hilarious. he went up to her and said that was spot on.
such a funny moment. and that's sort of how the night was. it was a really -- it was a tongue in cheek kind of night. >> a lot of edge. >> there was gold there. we'll get back to you in a little bit. you are backstage, of course, with all the big winners and cast of "big little lies" too. >> we do also have an important health alert. the new way to test for your risk of breast cancer at home and save money. dr. ashton has that. ♪
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more so lesser antilles through puerto rico has to watch for that and jose, i told you i would explain. it expands its wind field so already more than 200 miles outside the center you're seeing tropical storm-force winds, ocean city, 43-mile-per-hour winds, a gust at 11:30 a.m. tuesday. atlantic city could see a gust up to 50 and watch as it moves north, boston, providence, nantucket, almost 50 miles per hour at montauk and the snow, more than two feet of snow fell in parts of montana helping some
good morning i'm matt o'donnell, 7:56 a.m., monday, september 18. time to see what's jamming up the schuylkill expressway with karen rogers rnlgt we we had a disabled truck i was watching it on facebook live. he has moved out of there. wee jammed on the schuylkill expressway 202 to gladwyn and heavier from the vine to the blue route in the 30s. the big picture, you're seeing the right side and slow speeds, blue route 16 miles per hour. we had two accidents on i-95 northbound near the commodore barry bridge. they've cleared, the accident on i-95 northbound at girard is causing problems. the accident itself has cleared, but you can see how the speeds
are traveling in the single digits ten miles per hour approaching the vine to past girard. heavy speeds there. we had an accident in new jersey that was causing problems, 295 northbound past sloan avenue. you can see the police on the scene, even though the accident on the shoulder 295 extra heavy. taking a live look at philadelphia international airport with cloud cover out there. here's meteorologist david murphy. >> reporter: cloudy above the terrace. 70 degrees in philadelphia. 2346 allentown. this afternoon we're looking for a high of 80 degrees warm and humid and clouds mixing with occasional sunny breaks, mainly dry today. later today down the shore, the wind pick up tonight through tomorrow, jose wind and rain down the shore, tropical storm in effect. wind strong enough to do a little damage. students in the methacton school district do not have
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the double threat, two storms churning in the technology. hurricane maria bearing down on those caribbean islands devastated by irma. the carolinas also in the crosshairs as jose zeros in on the east coast. storm watches now from delaware to massachusetts. millions on alert for heavy rain, strong winds and flooding. new this morning, the newest and cheapest at home test to determine your risk of breast cancer. who should use it? how it works? dr. ashton will break it down for us. behind the scenes of "dancing's" newest season before tonight's blockbuster premiere. the cups facing off, nick versus vanessa and their partners maks versus peta and drew lachey is right there. julia, reese, nicole, laura,
alec, one dazzling night backstage at the emmys. all the big winners one-on-one with lara right after walking away with emmy. >> was it so fun. >> oh, yeah, it feels like the ultimate superpower. >> from sizzling in red to bold and bright with plunging necklines. all the show-shopping red carpet looks and the woman who made emmy history with the most wins for one role. julia herself say dag finish >> good morning, america. good morning, julia. good morning, america. hope you had a great weekend. >> julia makes you smile every time you see her. lara backstage with all the winners. oh, what a night, lara. to talk.at a night, robin. what really struck me was women of "big little lies." reese, nicole, laura dern, all so excited about their win and what it means for women in the
business talking about being in the business for so long and how that turned something amazing for them. we're going to get into that coming up. >> let's hope i the first t story in our threat. jose churning off the east coast and in the caribbean hurricane maria threatening a direct hit after ma our senior meteorologist rob marciano is in san juan, puerto rico. good morning, rob. >> good morning, george. hard to believe it's been less than two weeks and we are preparing for potentially a category 4 strike on puerto rico. the next 36 hours will be frantic as far as completing those preparations. for our friends in st. martin and st. thomas, those islands hard hit by irma are in survival mode so scrambling to get into shelters what little they have and pin down some of that debris that could easily become flying projectiles so category 4 storm here on wednesday. meanwhile, you know, we don't know what it's going to do the u.s. but hurricane jose is churning up the eastern seaboard and watches from delaware to massachusetts, detect impacts
from a highly populated area tomorrow and wednesday. at the same time a major hurricane in puerto rico on wednesday likely. >> thanks very much. rain has already begun here. >> it has. also this morning, st. louis is bracing for a fourth day of protest after dozens of arrests overnight. demonstrators angry over the acquittal of a white police officer in the death of a black man. abc's kenneth moton is there with those latest details. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: good morning, robin. protesters are starting to show up here and downtown st. louis. you can see behind me the plan here is to disrupt the morning commute. now, during the day these protests have been peaceful. but overnight a different story. at least 80 people arrested. last night after chaos broke out on the streets of st. louis, several businesses were vandalized. windows broken out. an incredible show of force by police in riot gear and say agitators threw bottles of unknown chemicals but protesters
say it was vinegar to treat pepper spray victims. all over the acquittal of former officer jason stockley after the department of justice revealed it would not pursue federal charges in that. >> as you know world leaders gathering in new york for the u.n. general assembly and there's been a major show of force this morning near north korea. the u.s. sent b1 bombers and stealth fighters for a full-scale drill with south korea meant to send a powerful message to the north days after it launched another missile. it's high on the president's agenda. coming you, the most affordable brca test yet. how you can check your risk right at home. dr. ashton will tell us. drew lachey taking us behind the scenes of "dancing with the stars" with his brother nick, gives us a sneak peek. lara is taking us backstage at the emmys with reese, nicole and t other big
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♪ 24 karat magic in the air oh, if you only could have been about ten seconds ago. we have a very talented audience, let's just leave it at that. welcome, everyone. [ applause ] with lara there in l.a., adrienne bankert, great to have you here for "pop news." >> thank you. joining you on the desk with the this wonderful audience. >> we are going to start with lara. she's backstage with the emmys. >> yes, george, so much to tell.
hollywood's elite out in force last night to celebrate what many are calling television's new golden age and the actual emmy show was given a resounding two thumbs up by every single star we talked to for everything from stephen colbert's hosting to that spicer surprise to the abundance of incredible roles for women. ladies ruling the stage at this year's emmys. female dominated shows, "big little lies" and "the handmaid's tale" both scoring five golden statues apiece. and backstage it was all about girl power. >> looking at you guys walking out on that stage together, i was like yes. >> it was so fun. feels like the ultimate superyou poor. >> how did it feel to be the boss. >> feels good. the accumulated knowledge of us being in the business so long turned into something amazing and deep female friendship and getting to ask three amazing women to join us. >> can you ask more?
can you guys do another seeing and just have more friends. >> add more friends? maybe. >> i mean, we can if we can get it to the level that we're satisfied with. >> i guess you've read it. you know what's coming. >> uh-huh. >> is it ridiculous. >> uh-huh. >> how can it get more ridiculo ridiculous. >> i don't know but i hope so. >> go home and count these. you have many. >> reporter: the men of the hour. he's not even a regular cast member on "snl" but alec baldwin earned his third emmy for his portrayal of president trump joining us backstage with his first lady wife hilario. >> can you keep going with donald trump onsome. >> i think with lorn, yeah and with the free spare time i have - >> to fill in for "good morning america." >> i've done yoga with him before. >> michael strahan is good at yoga.
>> do you not know this. >> reporter: donald glover making history. >> i'm so happy, wow. >> reporter: taking home two emmys one as the first african-american to win directing for a comedy series. i like the accessories. >> it's not bad. >> reporter: and another first, "masr of none" star lena beco the first african-american to win for writing. >> i remember watching halle berry win. >> sterling k. brown taking home back-to-back emmys. last year winning best supporting actor for playing christopher darden and this year for his outstanding role in "this is us." >> i want to thank my cast, you are the best white tv family that a brother has ever had. >> when you're in it, it's like you're going through a haze. you know what i'm saying -- >> i don't actually know what you're saying. you know twice. >> it's a wonderful experience. it's a 10. >> is a 10. great night. kept hearing it over and over again that it seems like tv is the place to be right now and
that last night was like a mini oscars with all of the movie actors in the audience who jumped over to the tv side to make great tv shows they're so proud of to give them more time than movies to explore a character. guy, that is what i heard over and over again by the top actors in the business. and then, of course, there's the fashion. we haven't forgotten aut fashion. we're getting to that next. >> you'll be back with that in a moment. we have somebody filling in for you. adrienne will do a little "pop news" for us now. [ applause ] >> go, adrienne. >> we'll talk more about the emmys a little bit. time for that horror flick "it." how many like scary movies? not me heart. halloween right around the corner but put up scary huge numbers becking the highest earning september release of all time. the stephen king inspired film raking in over 218 million in the u.s. so far but at the other end of the sale jennifer
lawrence suffered through her first opening ever. her film "mother"erring a meager 7.5 million. that also could be scary. >> that's true. >> that could be kind of bad. next up queen bey paying a royal visit to one of the hottest shows on broadway surprising the ben flat backstage by posting it happens. i think everybody would say thatch the singer hanging out with the entire cast backstage making their night stepping out for date night with husband jay-z and getting a break from baby duty with the twins proving they're still crazy in love, got me looking so crazy in love. >> go, adrienne. go, adrienne. [ applause ] >> oh. oh, you did. >> but we got to sing for "pop news." singing for my supper. finally it was a big night for "big little lies" as lara mentioned. the emmys, wow, the limited series taking home five trophies, now, the question remains will they be coming back
for a second season? the cast and crew has been teasing the possibility for some time but their author speaking out saying i'm thinking about it. it's a beautiful possibility. that's all i'll say. >> it's going to happen. >> it's going to happen. more cheating, more murder, more celebration. more wars. while she kept the door open reese witherspoon had a cheeky reminder saying you already know we're liars. you shouldn't trust anything we say. we love you reese. ever since "sweet home alabama," i just love me some reese. they're going to keep us guessing. wait to see if it's legit-legit. >> my favorite line, got a baby, in a bar. >> yeah. i love reese. >> that's it. what's not to love. we love ginger so bring it on home. >> i feel better because i haven't seen that either so
national hurricane center actually just put out an update on hurricane maria a category two storm you can see it turning toward the lessor antilles and puerto rico. it could intensify and be a category four and turning away into the ocean. the intersection with jose is going to be interesting, it's going to have impact. when was the last time you saw a tropical storm up and down the east coast. >> reporter: all right, ginger we're bracing for jose, for now we're cloudy and relatively dry. there's the cloud cover over the commodore barry bridge. some of you getting into the 70s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high this afternoon of 80 degrees and then of course tomorrow we have the tropical storm watch in effect tonight and through tomorrow jose comes up the coast and gives us strong gusty winds along the shore front. and chea
home test to determine your risk of developing breast cancer. it tests for the brca1 and 2 gene mew takes and launches today from the company. adrienne, you were able to take a closer look. >> as you know, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. that old adage. something one woman and her family holes true with a very affordable test that proved life saving. devin gant has her whole life ahead of her. the last thing she expected is to test positive for the brca2 gene which gives her a dramatically increased risk of getting breast cancer. >> kind of a black cloud, i guess. it's this thing that's kind of looming in the future. >> reporter: but there is a silver lining. g genetic tests can cost hundreds, even thousands so devin took an early version of a new test coming out called color right in
her own home at $149 it's now the least expensive genetic test for the brca1 and 2 gene os on the market. >> one out of eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime so it's very important that for women who are high risk, we wanted them to have access to the test. >> reporter: here's how it works. provide us a saliva sample and send it off to the lab. once analyzed you receive your online results in three to four week as long with a complimently consultation. any point where you felt like this was just not fair? you being 30. >> yeah. definitely. i mean it's a higher risk. it's not a guarantee. it's not a death sentence. >> reporter: devon was prompted to take it when her aunt lauren's test came back positive and doctors sent her for a life-changing mri. >> they found a couple of spots. said they didn't really think it was anything. and it came back it was cancer. >> reporter: with the gene testing and early detection,
lauren is now cancer-free. >> thank god. it would have been totally different out"come from away" probably next february when i went for my mammography. >> reporter: lauren is grateful she and devon were tested. >> now she knows and knows what she needs to do and she'll city healthy. >> reporter: devon has a mammogram and ultrasound every couple months and all their immediate family had the test done. many did tez positive for that brca gene. >> adrienne, thanks so much for bringing that to our attention and bring in dr. jen ashton right now. i now you do a lot of genetic testing in your office. tell us the importance of this. >> well, listen, genetic testing is important for people because it shows us a possible window into the future. it doesn't mean a guarantee because we know that genes are just one part of what determines someone's future health risk. behavior, environment are also important. but now people need to know we're just talking about the
brca1 and 2 mutation. it is now possible to test for over 30 gene mew takes that are associated with various types of hereditary cancer, eight or more are associated with breast cancer so while all the attention goes on brca, it is important for people to know they can have a gene mutation in other genes and it is readily available now to test for this. this is a mainstream option which i think is good news for some people. >> because it's not for everyone. >> that's correct. so who should get the test? who should not? absolutely not recommended for every single person. that's clear in why is that? >> because there are certain criteria. with any screening test it's not every single person gets screened for every single thing. when you talk about the brca mutation there's certain criteria we like people too meet. someone with a family history of someon h a positive ovarian cancer of any rage. breast cancer before the age of 50. triple negative breast cancer before the age of 60.
male breast cancer in the family at any age. people of ashkena seemnual ancestry and peopl with two or more cases of breast cancer on the same side of the family so you can see it's not, oh, if you've had a case of cancer you should have this test it works. d saliva. the demonstration, you can get it done in doctor's offices with blood tests as well. do a little spit which i'm not top on a in this bag already has a label and get bo. your results this three to four weeks. very simple. one other thing. we hear a lot about cost here. it is actually a myth that this test costs thousands of dollars if you meet criteria and have insurance it will be covered if you meet those criteria. if you don't you can still get the test covered. this is mainstream. >> what do you do if you get a
positive result. >> counseling. we have to remember men get this mutation also so this is a prolonged discussion. >> thanks. >> you bet. and we move on t with the stars." it premieres tonight and our special correspondent former "dancing" champ drew lachey is giving us an exclusive behind brother, nick, prepares to take on the ballroom. ta ♪ >> reporter: the 25th season of "dancing with the stars" has arrived. and it's a family affair. my brother nick couldn't resist giving me a hard time. >> this is the best you could come up with, right? >> i know. >> times are tough. >> reporter: rehearsal is like one big family reunion. nick's wife vanessa is competing against him dancing with maks married to peta, nick's partner. >> my husband is with another woman bumping and grinding. i'll have to be okay with it. >> reporter: separating home and ballroom can be a challenge.
>> he showed you his first step already. >> i know. >> you didn't keep the mystery. >> i showed nothing to peta. either we'll be on the same page in sharing information with an enemy or we'll be on the same page with like, oh, yeah, this is what we do. >> reporter: you see set pieces going in, light, people rehearsing, everything is rehearsed. down to the judges' scores. >> yes. >> let's get scores. >> reporter: this place is a well oiled machine. from "shark tank" to the dance floor. >> show them how you look at me when we dance. he looks at me like that. >> look away, people. it's not safe for morning television. ♪ i get lost ♪ in your arms >> reporter: debbie gibson had to get used to hearing her own voice in a big way. >> really. i'm dancing to mie own song. kind of a full circle moment. it came out 30 years ago. >> reporter: the woman who taught me to dance, the very talented cheryl burke.
>> drew and cheryl. >> reporter: we won back in season two. >> you're used to having some outspoken coaches and teammates. >> absolutely. >> are you saying i'm outspoken. >> i'm saying you're too spoken. >> reporter: peta says my brother already has a nickname. in the competition. >> pops. >> it's cops from you being old. >> oh, drew. >> he joins us from l.a. you danced twice. season 2 and 15. you are know what they're going through right now. a lot of butterflies. a lot of pretty fierce rehearsals. >> yeah. yeah, i guarantee you right now they're starting to freak out. the show isnking please don't let me go home first. let me remember the steps. so there's a lot going on in their heads right now. >> between nick and vanessa who is more nervous. >> i say probably nick because there's the sibling rivalry in there too. he has an expectation to live up to. >> between nick and vanessa can
you go ahead and make the tough decision and tell us who is going to do better? >> oh. that is going to make for i don't know if i'm comfortable with that. they're beet going to do well. >> okay. pull back. [ applause ] >> yeah, we're only 60 days from thanksgiving. i think that's very smart. pull back. how about the whole cast. who do you like? >> well, victoria and val. all in all this is one of my favorite casts to watch. i just watched them in rehearsal. it's going to be a tough season for the judges. >> what is it about this cast that stands out to you? >> i think it's just the variety. obviously, you know, victoria and val. her story of coming from the paralympics to learning to walk again and now she's on didn't to nick and vanessa and that story line, as well, debbie gibson, you know, you got a lot of people out there with some
september 18. i'm matt o'donnell. roblg rogers is here to tell you where you will be late for work. >> reporter: deptford, 42, a 26 minute jam from the ac expressway to 295. getting reports of an accident on 42 southbound near 55. as i look ahead there are flashing lights. there was a tow truck heading in that direction. 42 southbound at 55 slow speeds because of that one, as well. i-95 a trouble spot all day, live at cottman, southbound is heavy, a 39 minute jam from
woodhaven to the vine on i-95 southbound. we had three accidents on i-95 northbound they have cleared, but we're jammed i-95 northbound near girard where the last accident cleared, is a miles per hour near that area. >> dry and summery is the word. here's david murphy with accuweather. >> reporter: we have cloud cover and sunny breaks, 70 degrees in philadelphia. 67 in allentown. i've got a freight train at anotherring in oh, toot going in the distance. show say's winds and rain effects the shore with winds gust in the 40s, there could untied furniture and sike that left out blo around around the shore. we couldflooding down the jose's impact in the coastal
we do welcome you back to "gma" and we have a great audience here in our studio for this monday morning and happy to have celebrity stylist joe zee and "glamour" editor with us, cindy leive. let's go back to lara for a red carpet recap and let me just say, you looked smashing in your red gown last night. >> well, robin, thank you. that's the big word, red. oh, there you go and i didn't even know it but i was a trendsetter apparently. it was a red hot emmys. red was everywhere from the
carpet itself, of course, to no less than a dozen winners and presenters. definitely the most pervasive trend i saw at the show this year. that wasn't all, metallic, florals dazzled and the lengths that women wore were all over the place. it was a fashion lover's paradise. from the red carpet to the stage. nothing little about the fashion statements from the ladies of "big little lies." the bold and bright proving right for some stars especially in the color red. the stunning eissa ray, sarah hyland, nicole kidman all wearing red well. and other big trends of the night, short, and even shorter favored by reese and millie. plunging necklines and last but not least, fierce gowns adorned by feathers. >> wow. >> wow. lara, you got to see it all up
close and personal so give us your two favorites. can you narrow it down to two? >> hard to do. robin. i'll go with julia louis-dreyfus. she was wearing carolina herrera and it's not because you offered me $100 to say this. this is because -- this is because when i interviewed her she turned around and she had that embroidery of those yellow rose buds it actually trailed all the way around the back so intricate and made her booty look incredible. that dress was absolutely spectacular up close and i loved oprah. sophisticated lady. she was wearing elizabeth kennedy, that suit, the glasses, she rocked. >> yeah, put it all together. >> you rocked as well, lara. we'll bring in cindy and joe. cindy, you. >> i loved shailene woodley's look. we just saw it -- we were talking about plunging necklines, it was plunging, velvet green ralph lauren dress. it was easy. you are know, she's a young girl, an environmentalist and
famously said on the red carpet she doesn't watch tv and this is like an easiness to it, wasn't one of those things you have to corset yourself into and i thought that was appropriate for her and loved eissa ray talking about the red trend in a vera wang dress. this is a bridal gown that vera made for her in red and there are a lot of fans of her show "insecure" like myself miffed she wasn't nominated for anything and i loved that she just brought it. she was like, i'm going to win this red carpet. >> she did. >> and she did. >> and more? >> those are my two favorites and loved all the metallics. >> i loved all the in he tall licks and agree they did look fantastic. i love zoe kravitz. she looked gorgeous in that dior. so much about feathers was a big trend and had this big rainbow feather bottom on this couture gown and i loved it. it was so easy and with the short hair, it felt so
effortless. >> millennial pink. >> and i always love jessica biel. something so statuesque and glamorous about her. she really just looks like she just threw that on and left the house. she looks incredible. such an ease about her and wearing ralph & russo. the makeup was soft, tones were soft. >> another plunging neckline. >> you really like plunging necklines. >> what were the other trends. >> definitely which i was calling disco ball couture, i've never met a disco ball i didn't love and saw a ton of it. it wasn't just about silver sequins by mirrors and he will bellishments from priyanka chopra to anna chlumsky and sarah paulson but we have to talk about tracee ellis ross. she is such a fashion risk taker. >> totally. >> on the red carpet she does her thing and kind of always wins for me. >> the telestrator is coming out. >> i love my telestrator.
you have the silver belt and then, of course, you have all the glitter and, again, the feathers. the feathers. the feathers. i mean the feather bottom so beautiful and there was a hint of diana ross here. >> yeah, she's her mother's daughter there. no, i loved it. >> too bad it didn't translate. can you show everybody you did the telestrator. >> can you guys see. >> i feel like this is a classroom educating you. >> notice the belt. >> that's right. now, cindy, cindy, we did hear that lara said red. >> red, i loved this. lara, you started it. we'll give you credit but nicole did you proud in this calvin klein dress and jane fonda sliding into the red category there with a sort of reddish-pink dress back also and gina rodriguez and i think this was a year and is a year in general for powerful women and saw a lot of females at the
emmys. we're not cupcakes here. >> no, no, no. so what else did you think was the big buzz. >> everybody was talking about reese witherspoon because she typically wears america's sweetheart dresses and was wearing this power almost suit. blazer dress, dark green by stella mccartney. >> i'm a producer. >> that's what i love. i'm not just the talent here, i made this project "big little lies" happen and she was dressing like the producer. >> i love that. so what -- let's say was unexpected to you. >> i i think reese was for sure unexpected always doing the american girl next door and old hollywood but the idea you can wear a tuxedo to the emmys and really look sharp and i think what lara was saying about oprah. i love oprah and evan rachel wood. if you look at them side by side, evan 30 and oprah is 63 and both look dynamite. the fact that oprah was wearing that and i was watching her watching it all unfold and her telling me about her fittings with oprah was sump a triumphant
moment both for designer and oprah. >> a good lesson if you're wondering what to wear, wear the white tux. >> yes. >> a lot of confidence. >> yes, so much confidence and i love that people took risks. tracee ellis ross but saw that almost with everybody and that's wonderful. >> should take this act on the road. >> coming soon to a theater near you. >> don't tell us twice. >> thank you both very much. coming up, the cast of "fuller house" all here live. wow.
i think you'll be surprised by this next story. it's called a brosectomy. nick watt explains what that means. take it away, nick. >> reporter: good morning, george. well, listen, around half a million american men every year get the snip, a vasectomy. mildly or massively traumatic so welcome to the brosectomy. you do it with a buddy or a bunch of buddies. is it a solution. >> we tagged along. these two chose robe, slippers, super posh pizza. sports on tv and a suite at the aka in beverly hills. >> it's a great diverse. >> reporter: and they're ready. >> snipping, bro'ing out. >> these office mates both have
kids and don't want more. >> i'd rather do this with you than my wife to be honest. seriously, look at each other like a little tear like a dog that was fixed. >> reporter: camaraderie is the idea. it's nearly time. >> let's go. >> who is going in first. >> we don't do it at the same time. it's not like a communal vasectomy. >> you got the key? >> i got the key. >> dr. paul will operate on their bits and pieces. >> it's fast, it's quick. it's played to jazz. it's eight minutes and i move like the wind. >> reporter: it was the dashing doctor's idea. >> it came to me while surfing. i always go with somebody else. when you're in unsafe, uncomfortable situation it's nice to have a bro around. astronauts don't go to space alone, right? >> reporter: the doctor says men who get snipped with a buddy ve >> i track them every day and track painkiller use and they do better. >> reporter: the first was 2013, college buddy on a reunion.
>> they were more busy catching up than thinking mr. their pred. >> reporter: it's helping men t it done. >> my wife's been nagging me to do this for a long time. >> now the truth comes out sflif's been sitting with my legs crossed for this entire interview. partly i feel like i will be less of a man if i'm firing blanks. is that common? >> that's the best contraceptive ever developed. you need to get over it. >> they did together. >> he lived. >> i was thinking of him the whole time because, oh, he's going to have to go through. >> i wasn't thinking about him. >> reporter: brosectomy, the aftermath, t a>> you feel less ? >> no, he's doing reporter: a v not make your voice higher just means one thing and one thing only blanks. >> firing blanks. >> why not. >> cheers. >> thank you. >> now, the doctor says this should be used by dentists and other doctors where men feel
weird and alone and the cost for this brosectomy, the doctor wouldn't even say, a lot is the most i could get out of him. george. >> well, let's see if he sold it. bob, dave, pro-connect economy? >> yeah, dave and i are going to do it together. get a little orange juice. you want to come with us? >> let's go to ginger. >> it's too early. >> wow. orange juice, that will fix everything. all right that's the big picture let's get a check closer tow home. >> reporter: that dog looks like by grand dog out in seattle, brut. storm tracker 6 live double scan it's dry, it's cloudy. tomorrow that's the day jose
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fran grenier. i got to tell you, a great way to kick off the week. we are back now with the cast of "fuller house." [ cheers and applause ] hard to believe but they are celebrating their 30th anniversary of a fan favorite original "full house" and now we're gearing up for season three of the new series. it's great to have candace, great to have jodie. great to have andrea, great to have bob and dave. come on. 30th. 30th anniversary. >> they were -- these two were 9. how old were you? >> 35. >> we weren't even born.
>> yes. >> 30 years. >> what is it like? where does the time go? >> she's taken over the reins as the clean neat freak. >> happily. >> and she's taken over the reins of -- i don't know. >> sort of uncle jesse fun musician, a little bit wild aunt character. >> and she's kind of turned into dave which is -- >> well. >> not as stinky as dave. >> that's good to hear. >> let's give everybody a sense. here's a little sneak peek of season three. >> would you just admit defeat, team steve. >> she has found her perfect match in dreamy dr. matt. >> he is pretty dreamy. in fact, i had a dream about him last night. >> whoo! >> we were folding laundry if you know what i mean. >> tell me more. >> what? there's nothing more to tell. we were literally folding laundry.
>> wholesome. fun. and, candace, congratulations, teen choice award. >> thank you very much. [ applause ] that was fun. i never thought in my 40s i'd be winning the teen choice. i didn't win one as a kid. it's grade and gives me cred with my own teenagers. >> it has to make you feel good. >> it feels incredible. such a testament to our fans who have been with us for 30 years and loved the original show and watching "fuller house" now to know there is a whole new generation loving the new show and the old show. it's just -- it makes us so happy. we're so grateful? we got -- we won the kids choice, teen choice and people's choice award which was a huge -- i mean that was amazing for us and just such an honor. [ applause ] >> i am excited. i won the taster's choice award which is instant coffee. as you get older you want it to be quick.
>> you've heard them all, dave. >> i've known bob since i was 18 years sgloeld that's what we told the judge. >> i was 22. we met in the comedy clubs. >> that's true. and then john stamos can't be here. he's on tour with the beach boys. he sends his love. >> we have a message from him. >> i heard. >> we're going to finally meet your family. >> no, we're going to finally see the gibbler house. there's no family in it anywhere. i'm the gibbler and maybe jimmy gib bler shows up. i've been wondering what this place looks like for 30 years. it's even weirder than i could even imagine. >> really? >> yeah. >> there are a lot of easter g eggs when you watch that episode. old things in that house that we don't point out. if you look carefully there's lots of fun little easter eggs for the old fans to appreciate. >> wonderful. we have he all imagine what had that house must look like and now we are going to get to see it in season three. you guys were in japan and i hear that karaoke, yeah, this is
going to you, jodie. bust out a tune. >> i won't -- >> she's awesome. >> come on. >> sing, okay. >> yeah, i mean we had fun. i went car yoking i three types when i went there. candace and i -- scott went one night and then -- another time and i took -- i won pablo and john another night and went out with our p.a.s from japan and jet franklin. >> a lot of dudes. >> thanks, bob. >> i'm parental. >> no, but it was really fun. in you do karaoke, you have to do it in japan a lot. >> cut it out. >> i see where you went there. >> that catchphrase, i love all the catchphrases from everyone but you kind of -- you borrowed it. i'm not going to say you stole it from a friend. >> i did steal it from my friend mark who has been my best buddy since i was 9 and he directs "the big bang theory" tv series
and -- [ applause ] >> yep. he directed a couple of "fuller houses." >> and this show, as well and so i stole it from mark. we were a comedy team for about a week. that's how good we were and he used to do this mark suave character where he would unbutton his shirt and go up to a lady in the front row and say, i now what you're looking at now cut it out and i told him i'm totally going to steal that and he says to this day you still owe me. >> and actually became the catchphrase for the brosectomy company. >> see how i did that? >> i see what you did there. >> that was good. >> i like that. >> nice one. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> we just went full circle. >> oh. come on. >> a drop the mike moment. but the other -- you got it, dude was the other catchphrase and a lot of people are wondering are we going to see
michele? someone has spilled the beans? >> i think you'll see beans. that's about it. >> you guys are good. they're not even looking in my eyes right now. looking down. >> you're a very beautiful woman. >> thank you, bob. but we do have that message -- i had to ask. john stamos, you said it. he's with the beach boys right now but he has this message for everybody. >> ah. >> we're in san francisco and -- >> nobody around to see us. >> nobody is here. >> no streets. >> realize what kind of iconic moment this is. >> hi. >> hi. >> but now we make a right. >> she didn't know us here. >> shecare. >> she totally was like, who is that? >> we were shooting a promo and bob was supposed to stop and just kept going. >> oh, my gosh. >> we just drove all around. nobody even recognized us. >> that is not true.
not true. >> bob was driving and he was like should i stop. no, let's go. keep going. all right. we just kept driving around. >> i should not be driving a car with these people. >> no. >> you know what is so wonderful. it's so genuine. you can tell you have such love and respect for one another. >> it's an act. >> it's all an act. no, we really do love each other. that's right. >> how do you all do it? >> they bail you out when you forget your lines. >> they might bail me out for real one time. >> the new season of "fuller house" premieres on netflix. we'll be right back. [ applause ] you're gold, man. you are gold. our veterans have given us the rights
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